2016 Proprietary Higher Education Review: “Have you Tried Rebooting?”

By Tony Guida, Partner, Education Group of Duane Morris LLP
The 2016 presidential election was the equivalent of a “reboot” of the political landscape and creates an opportunity for a more predictable and prosperous future for the proprietary education sector. While rebooting works surprisingly well to fix problems for technology, the when, the how, and maybe even the why of the fixes for the sector will not be known until well into 2017.

Musings of an Educational Entrepreneur

Court Rules Students Training in Clinics are Not Employees Under the FLSA

By Bill Ojile, Partner, Armstrong Teasdale, LLP
In a decision relevant for any school that provides services to the public as a means to provide training for its students, the United States District Court for the District of Colorado recently ruled that such students are not employees for purposes of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

The Changing Landscape of the 90/10 Rule

Tate: Critics of Accreditation Don’t Understand the Process

Interview with Florence Tate, Executive Director, Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES)
This year we saw an increased focus on accreditation by NACIQI and the Department of Education. In our interview with ABHES Executive Director Florence Tate, we discuss ABHES receiving recognition, the NACIQI meeting, new applications for accreditation and much more.

Christopher Lambert: ACCET Positioned Perfectly for Where Higher Education is Going

Leaders Assemble at CECU Annual CEO Summit to Discuss the Future of Career Education

By Stephen B. and Jan V. Friedheim, Strategic Coaches, Education Systems & Solutions, LLC
Approximately 65 CEOs from career education institutions around the country convened with association leaders and well-known political figures. Discussions focused on the results of the recent national election and what it means for the future of the sector. All participants seemed to agree that 2017 represented an opportunity to reset the agenda, to reintroduce ourselves.

What Academic Leaders Should Learn from the Coronavirus Pandemic